- Product Code: XNS115
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Coluracetam is a derivative of Piracetam but differs significantly from other Racetamen like Piracetam or Aniracetam. Originally Coluracetam was synthesized in Japan in 2005 for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. Subsequently, Coluracetam was licensed to BrainCells, Inc. for further research.
Studies conducted on rats by BrainCells, Inc. have shown that Coluracetam can enhance cognitive function and memory.
Apart from its original purpose, Coluracetam can improve memory and learning ability, reduce depression and anxiety, and even improve eyesight.
Users reported improved color perception, better vision and liveliness.
Coluracetam is the only Racetam that provides a general and, above all, long-term improvement of the cholinergic system in the human brain. Several investigators tested the effectiveness of couluracetam reported that Couluracetam, unlike traditional anit depressants, had a stronger effect and felt a sense of inner contentment and well-being.
Users reported that the use of Coluracetam along with other nootropics like Noopept or Pramiracetam enhanced their combined effects.
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- 341.411 g/mol
• Improves memory performance
• increases focus
• Improved attention
• increases productivity
• Faster learning
• Neurological functions are supported
The taste of coluracetam is very unpleasant for many and is often described as "gummy" which makes the capsule form preferable.
Coluracetam should be taken at a dosage of 10mg, 4 times a day, to reach a total dose of 40mg. It is generally recommended to take Coluracetam sublingually (under the tongue).
An effect is already evident at the first intake at the minimum dosage of 10 mg. Users report that after only one application to feel an improvement in energy balance.
Coluracetam can be optimally combined with choline sources. In addition, any possible side effects can be alleviated or even prevented by such combinations.
Coluracetam is particularly well-suited for combination with alpha-GPC or CDP choline because it increases acetylcholine synthesis and thus transports more choline into the brain.
At a dosage of 80 mg distributed 3 times a day, no side effects have yet been reported. It should also be mentioned that Coluracetam has not yet been explored as its related Racetame. Nevertheless, the side effects are similar to those of other Racetams which include headache, dizziness and nausea. If such or other complaints occur, the application should be stopped immediately and, if necessary, a doctor should be consulted.
As with all dietary supplements, people with illness should consult a doctor before taking Coluracetam.
Coluracetam comes from the Racetam family and is currently legal to buy in most countries.
In the United Kingdom, Coluracetam and other Racetams are a prescription drug and therefore not over the counter or are partially covered by the Narcotics Act. However, the import as well as the possession is not punishable.